by Alice Ollstein Oct 8, 2015
"When people commit crimes on Wall Street, they will be prosecuted and imprisoned," Clinton said.
by Casey Quinlan Oct 8, 2015
A Texas Board of Education member said the outrage over an inaccurate and offensive textbook is like an episode of Seinfeld.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 8, 2015
Pumpkin crops in the Midwest are suffering because of heavy late spring and early summer rains -- a pattern that is going to become more common with climate change.
by Bryce Covert Oct 8, 2015
Senators will introduce a bill that would make it much easier for workers to prove their employers had discriminated against them based on their age.
by Alex Zielinski Oct 8, 2015
Religious leaders bless an Ohio abortion clinic to protect those providing and relying on its services.
by Katie Valentine Oct 8, 2015
When the federal government releases its updated dietary guidelines this year, one highly-publicized aspect of them will be missing.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Oct 8, 2015
"It's absolutely essential that there's proper translation," one lawyer said.
by Carimah Townes Oct 8, 2015
How cop dramas glorify the criminal justice system.
by Kira Lerner Oct 8, 2015
“This is a revolution happening right before our eyes," he said about companies like Uber.
by Zack Ford Oct 7, 2015
Transgender people face more discrimination if they're perceived as trans, and experience health consequences as a result.